Measure by San Francisco District Attorney George Gascón is the sixth to qualify for November ballot.
A plan to register commercial surveillance cameras is already seeing pushback from Berkeley residents.
An increasing percentage of murderers serving life sentences are being paroled.
Better-off neighborhoods resort to private security patrols, raising question about support for levy.
City officials credit a theft-awareness campaign and presence of police officers on buses and trains.
Entrapment, lack of physical evidence expected defenses in sprawling political corruption case.
Street fight preceded shooting, which has renewed calls for police to crack down on one notorious block.
Muni launches ‘Eyes Up, Phones Down,’ a campaign to make riders safer from crime on buses and trains.
The Marin County bicyclist who fatally struck a pedestrian crossing the street in San Francisco’s Castro neighborhood was sentenced Thursday to three years of probation and 1,000 hours of community service. About a dozen family members of the victim, 71-year-old Sutchi Hui, were present. Terry Hui, son of the victim, read a statement in court. “Please […]